7 posts tagged with formula and infant.
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How do you organize bottle feeding on the go?

What is your setup for bottle-feeding your infant on the go? We are interested in things like - How do you keep the leftover formula from spoiling, what does your on-the-go kit look like, how do you keep things clean, how do you heat up the bottle (or do you?) when you are out for the day, or at the park, or wherever. We have a 3 week-old who needs to be partially bottle fed but we are struggling with how to get outside and not starve him out, and not end up throwing away most of a bottle of formula. [more inside]
posted by andreapandrea on May 21, 2015 - 24 answers

Is my baby eating too much? Am I doing something super wrong?

Well now I'm firmly in the camp of "anxious parent" but here goes. How much food should my kid be eating? He's 7 months old, is about 20 pounds, on formula and some solids. Details below. [more inside]
posted by FritoKAL on Sep 3, 2014 - 41 answers

The kid is alright, but what about the parent?

Can you help me make peace with giving my baby formula when he's at daycare? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on May 16, 2013 - 53 answers

Any experience with Neocate or similar formula?

My 6-week-old daughter was recently switched to Neocate infant formula due to her digestive issues (specifically G.E.R.D.), after trying a bunch of others with no success. If you've been down this road, did you notice that your baby seemed to eat less, at least at first, and how the heck did you pay for it? [more inside]
posted by um_maverick on Apr 15, 2010 - 9 answers

when is 6oz not 6oz? Baby formula measuring.

How do you measure how much formula your infant is eating? [more inside]
posted by dpx.mfx on Nov 6, 2009 - 12 answers

Tell me everything you know about infant formula!

Tell me everything I need to know about infant formula! [more inside]
posted by Alabaster on Sep 20, 2008 - 29 answers

How Do I Ethically Dispose of Unneeded Infant Bottles?

Now that my son has accepted that his "Ba" (bottle) is truly a thing of the past, what should I do with his bottles? Part of me wants to donate them (I even have unused nipples in packages) to a local shelter / food bank, but of course we all now know that clear polycarbonate bottles probably leach bisphenol-A into the milk. (saccade, I should have listened to you!!) I'm very conflicted about this. Can you help me make the most ethical choice? [more inside]
posted by anastasiav on Mar 12, 2008 - 32 answers

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